American Honda is recalling about 94,000 model-year 2018-2019 Honda Pilot and Acura MDX vehicles and 2019 Honda Odyssey, Honda Ridgeline, Acura TLX, Acura RLX, and RLX Hybrid vehicles due to timing-belt concerns.
Due to a manufacturing error, certain timing belts—which synchronize an engine’s mechanical operation—might lose their teeth. Without them, an engine might not operate precisely and could stall. (Learn more about timing belts and engines in the CR Car Repair Encyclopedia.)
Honda and Acura dealers will inspect the engines, and if needed, replace the timing belt free. Honda says it will repair any damage related to this potential problem at no charge.
The automaker says no crashes or injuries related to this problem have been reported.
• 2018-2019 Acura MDX
• 2019 Acura RLX, RLX Hybrid
• 2019 Acura TLX
• 2019 Honda Odyssey
• 2018-2019 Honda Pilot
• 2019 Honda Ridgeline
The problem: Teeth on the engine timing belt may separate, risking a stall or crash.
The fix: Honda and Acura dealerships will inspect the timing belts and replace them, if needed, free.
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